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  • proper noun a town in Massachusetts.

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Examples

  • There is a little village in Berkshire called Boxford, quite a small place.

    Vanishing England

  • Her goal is to build a working, animal-powered farm as it would have been in the 19th century, back when it was a 200-acre property and Boxford had 900 residents.

    Bringing a Farm Back to Life

  • Survivors include his wife of 63 years, Ruth Golden Ungerleider of Burke; three children, Neil Ungerleider of Boxford, Mass., Ilene Ungerleider of Somerville, Mass., and Dan Ungerleider of Burke; a sister; and six grandchildren.

    A Local Life: Al Ungerleider, 89; old soldier recalled nightmare mission

  • Adam Friedberg for The Wall Street Journal Her goal is to build a working, animal-powered farm as it would have been in the 19th century, back when it was a 200-acre property and Boxford had only 900 residents.

    Farm Restoration

  • She immediately identified with Boxford: It reminded her of her home town of Ellwood City, Pa., the small farming town where her mother's ancestors had lived since before the Civil War and where her great-grandfather started the steel company Ellwood Group.

    Bringing a Farm Back to Life

  • Congrats to last week's winner, Brian Gregory of Boxford, Mass., who correctly predicted that "Alice in Wonderland" would top the box office and came within one point of February's existing-home sales.

    Crystal Ball

  • Congrats to last week's winner, Brian Gregory of Boxford, Mass., who correctly predicted that "Alice in Wonderland" would top the box office and came within one point of February's existing-home sales.

    Crystal Ball

  • Congrats to last week's winner, Brian Gregory of Boxford, Mass., who correctly predicted that "Alice in Wonderland" would top the box office and came within one point of February's existing-home sales.

    Crystal Ball

  • The change affects Boxford, Hamilton, Ipswich, Topsfield and Wenham.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • About 15% of the 500 advisers polled between December and March by consulting firms GDC Research LLC of Sherborn, Mass., and Practical Perspectives LLC of Boxford, Mass., say they have made significant changes in the way they manage retirement money over the past year.

    Advisers Ditch 'Buy and Hold' For New Tactics

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